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Nintendo’s online service gets a little bit better next week
Nintendo is bolstering its online Switch service for subscribers, with the arrival of three new NES games next Wednesday.
And you’re probably wondering what those games are – well, as revealed previously, this month’s batch is the original Metroid, Mighty Bomb Jack and Twinbee.
Metroid you no doubt know (and how I’d dearly love an SP version, similar to that which the original The Legend of Zelda recently received, that makes the game a little more palatable for modern tastes), while Mighty Bomb Jack is Tecmo’s fittingly named sequel to Bomb Jack, an arcade platform game that’s as delightful to play today as it mason its release in the mid-80s.
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